Found in 58 Collections and/or Records:
This collection is an assortment of Class of 1929 memorabilia and especially concentrates on names of the Classmates.
Collection contains memorabilia from Professor Jonathan Elkus during his tenure (1957-1973) at Lehigh University in the Music Department as professor and director of the University’s Marching 97 Band. The collection contains correspondence, concert programs, music scores, newspaper clippings of critical reviews and photographs.
Informative journal of travels in the region of Puno and Cuzco containing information about the Andean culture, indigenous populations, places, topography, Andean Indian ruins and building features. During the Davis exploration of southeastern Peru he was joined by American archaeologist and U.S. Commissioner to Peru, Ephraim George Squier and together they measured and observed with great care the Inca ruins in the Cuzco region.
Contains high school laboratory notebooks (7 Chemistry, 10 Physics, 1 Physical Geography and 1 Engineering) submitted by prospective students as part of the application process to be admitted to Lehigh.
This manuscript describes two late nineteenth century courses of study at Lehigh University – metallurgy and international law. The breathe of the knowledge of these topics at the time presents an excellent overview of the scope of Lehigh’s range of education.
These notes give an insight into Lehigh University’s history curriculum in the nineteenth century. The notes reveal the focus on separate primary and secondary sources in each lecture. The nature of the lectures demonstrates Dr. Coppee’s extensive knowledge of world history.
A notebook that contains notes that were taken by John Wesley Grace (Lehigh University Class of 1899) during the Professor William Henry Chandler’s Chemistry lectures, in 1895.
This manuscript contains the notes for 20 Lectures attributed to Charles Russ Richards (1871-1941), Lehigh University President 1922-1935, possibly written during his early career as a professor at the University of Nebraska (1893-1911). The lecture notes present a fascinating insight into the intricate iron making process at the end of the Nineteenth and early Twentieth centuries providing comparisons of the various methods and countries processing iron.